The Hellfire flat tracker conversion for the Triumph Street Triple 675 from Germany’s Motorcorner includes new thermoformed plastic body parts, 17â€ wheels and a BOS Performance exhaust system.
Clearly not the most practical of personal transportation vehicles, this crazy-looking bike gets its front wheel from a monster truck tire. Other than that, it’s completely normal, right?
Students at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts created this 32 foot-tall, 4-ton Transformer sculpture from the parts of an old truck. Don’t you want one in your front yard?
Racer X Design’s proposed 2+2 Bugatti Streamliner is actually based on the Bentley Continental GT platform, but it sure doesn’t look like any Bentley we’ve ever seen. Now if only it actually existed.
Created by BCC1â€™s Bang Goes The Theory tv show, the Car-puccino is the worldâ€™s first coffee powered car. The converted 1988 Volkswagen Scirocco has a
caffeine buzz top speed of 60 mph.
The Harley-Davidson XR1200X will be available in the US in 2011. Featuring fully adjustable front and rear suspension, the bike can be dialed in to match rider weight, riding style and road conditions.
James Bondâ€™s Aston Martin DB5 1964 is up for auction at Sotheby’s in October, to be sold with Q’s factory installed mods: submachine gun, revolving plates, tire shredders and smoke screen device.
BMW has announced that the 17th Art Car created by Jeff Koons will race where the first art cars did – at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France on June 12th and 13th. Koonsâ€™ canvas is a BMW M3 GT2.
Last seen at the recent Anime L.A. show, this Star Wars CR-X mod is every bit as awesome as it looks. From Yoda in the passenger seat to R2-D2 riding in the trunk, it’s the ultimate geek ride.
All our super-yachts should come with an 880-hp exotic sports car and a drive-out parking bay, right? We think so. The futuristic-looking boat’s 14,000 horses are nothing to sneeze at either.
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